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About danalolly

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  1. I was diagnosed two years ago with celiac. I have been dying my hair for years. I have really been having terrible skin issues in the past 6 months, very oitchy skin, eveywhere, open sores on scalp. i found out my hair products had gluten. I was tested for DH and i do not have. the gluten is affecting me topically s i went all gluten-free with all skin care. It has only beed 3 days but I am seeing quick results. I need to dye my hair, and i am nervous
  2. i have onlyknown i have had celiac for 2 years now, I am 36 years old. I am extremely careful with what i eat so I do not have sttomach issues at all anymorw. only twice duid i get sick by mistake. in the past couple months i have had alot of skin issues, extremely itchy skin everywhere, open sores on my scalp, no relief. i was tested for DH, i dont have. i figured out that the shampoos, hairsprays, and hair dyes had gluten. It has only been 3 days, but my scalp is almost back to normL AND THE ITCHING AND RASHES WENT FROM 100% TO ABOUT 10%. nO DOCTOR TOLD ME THIS, i FIGURED IT OUT, it is frustrating to me that since Ifound out I was celiac, it seems I have to find out what to do all on my own. doctors at times look at me like i am crazy. another thing weird is that i have had vitiligo ( a skin condition where i do not have pigment in my skin). since I went gluten-free, i have been getting pigment back in my skin. No doctor seems to care about this either. I also had psyoriasis prior to diagnosis, and now it is gone